THE TWENTIETH POPULATION HEALTH COLLOQUIUM
Join us for the 20th Anniversary Population Health Colloquium — the premier conference for healthcare leaders — as we showcase the groundbreaking work of organizations that are transforming the industry!
Health care has evolved significantly over the past 20 years, and so has the Population Health Colloquium. We have moved from focusing on managing diseases to understanding the factors that underlie chronic conditions and working to prevent them before they start. We’ve witnessed the unprecedented advances in technology and we have worked tirelessly to understand how they should inform changes to health policy. Throughout this period of significant change, the focus and heart of the Colloquium has remained constant — improving health, reducing costs, and increasing access to care.
We are encouraged by the progress that’s been made and are optimistic for the future. There is still much work to be done, and many important issues to address.
The 20th Anniversary Population Health Colloquium will bring together healthcare providers, payers, pharmaceutical executives, leading technology and solutions companies, academia and government to highlight advances in population health. The Colloquium will feature more than 100 national and regional thought leaders who will examine industry trends and share their expert insights, best practices and case studies.
Colloquium highlights include
- Announcement of the 2020 Hearst Health Prize for Excellence in Population Health
- “Investing in Innovation” — A special Tuesday evening dinner program
- Co-located session with the Population Health Alliance
- Topic focused Mini Summits and Concurrent sessions
- Multiple opportunities for networking with peers, including an opening night reception in the exhibit hall The Jefferson College of Population Health is proud to serve as the exclusive Academic Partner for the Colloquium.
The Jefferson College of Population Health is proud to serve as the exclusive Academic Partner for the Colloquium.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Presidents/Chief Executive Officers/Chief Financial Officers/Chief Operating Officers
- Medical Directors
- Medicare/Medicaid Directors
- Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and Medical Device Manufacturers
- Managed Care Executives (Medical Directors, Pharmacy Managers)
- Population Health Officers, Directors and Managers
- Directors and Deputy Directors, State Departments of Public Health
- CIOs, CTOs, Vice Presidents and Directors of Information Systems
- Directors and Managers of Programs in Wellness, Prevention and Chronic Disease
- Quality Assurance and Improvement Managers
- Case Managers, Social Workers and Psychologists
- Nurses and Nurse Practitioners
- Directors and Managers of Health and Wellness Plans
- Directors of Disease Management
- Physicians and Physician’s Assistants
- Alternative Medicine Providers
- Pharmacists (retail, chain and convenient care)
- Industry Analysts and Consultants
- Healthcare Sales, Marketing and Development Directors and Managers
- Human and Community Resource Managers
- Innovation and Transformation Officers
- Identify strategies for the design and implementation of population health initiatives
- Discuss successful population health management programs and share best practices
- Assess models of care to improve standardization, accountability, and reduce costs
- Examine the impact of collaboration, partnerships and innovative business models on health outcomes
- Evaluate use of new technological advances (data analytics, predictive modeling and machine learning) to improve population health management
- Explore strategies and partnerships targeting social determinants of health and health inequities
- Discuss professional development and education initiatives to meet future needs of healthcare leaders and a changing workforce
- Discuss ways in which evidence-based practices are being used to improve the healthcare system
- Explain how value-based care is transforming healthcare delivery
- Explore opportunities, challenges and impact of precision medicine and how it aligns with population health